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>> a car crash leads to fiery scene in northeast philadelphia, more on this accident, that's now left one person dead. blogs an update on water main mess. a busy shopping center flooded and it is not the first time it's happened here. plus, the septa strike enters its fifth day. why a court order to end the work stoppage has failed. >> today is saturday, november 5th. good morning, everyone, i'm jan carabeo. well it, feeling like fall today. nice day in store throughout the delaware valley. so let's get right over to meteorologist, justin drabick with eyewitness weather. just beautiful day on tap. >> not just today. really the next several days, classic early november weather. no signs of any big warm
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upcoming at us, really dry weather, too, no big storms. >> fantastic. >> yes, looking great. >> get out there. >> fall color out there to enjoy, in the peak of it right now across philadelphia. this morning we'll have the latest sunrise as we end daylight saving time 2:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, so sun coming this morning 7:35, an hour earlier on sunday. but, we have clear skies over the region, winds starting to calm down little bit compared to yesterday. that's allowing the temperatures to really drop at the surface, so here we are, 43 degrees at philadelphia international airport. light northwest breeze at 5 miles per hour, feeling like 40, when you factor in the winds. across the region, look at the temperature drop compared to this time yesterday. eleven to 23 degrees cooler, we have that cooler air mass building in, because lot of sunshine today. pretty nice rebounds, back to where we should be this time of year. thirty-nine in wilmington, 36 in allentown, reading, some of the suburbs cooling down below freezing quakertown checking out at 28 degrees storm
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quiet. 60 degrees for philadelphia, near 60 at the shore, little cooler up in the poconos, still nice day in the sunshine, miles in the 50's, again tonight, turn the clocks back one hour before go to bed. daylight saving time comes to end. tomorrow's sunset 4:52, signs of the winter season on the way. how long these pleasant temperatures last when i show you the seven day coming up in a few minutes. jan, back to you. >> new this morning two, cars collided in northeast philadelphia. killing one person, and sending two others to the hospital. the call came in around 2:00 this morning, to an accident, on the 1600 block of grant avenue. police say the impact of the accident sent one of the cars crashing into an utility pole. >> that vehicle we believe was involved in a auto accident with a second vehicle. then is it struck a light pole in the parking lot. that light pole was broken, causing downed wires, live wires. >> now, two people in the other car are in stable condition. the cause of the crash is under investigation.
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>> what a mess. and what a clean up. water main break flooded shopping center in philadelphia's east falls neighborhood filling millions of gallon of water. the main is now off. the clean up is underway. but not before the break ruined cars, damaged businesses, and angered customers. and as "eyewitness news" reporter david spunt tells us, it is not the first time this happened here.
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>> force striking union workers to go back on the job? natasha brown explains why the transit agency is now taking
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legal action. >> still, no deal, and no injunction, on day four of the septa strike. a judge did not end the strike today, involving about 4700 member of the transport workers union local 234. septa went to court friday evening, in a emergency attempt to force employees back to work saying the strike presents a clear and present danger to the health and safety of riders. but the judge said there was a lack of evidence to back up that claim. and did not order an immediate injunction at this point. >> job number one to settle the strike. as importantly is our passengers who won't lie down, why we can't resolve this strike, and just watch our passengers suffer. >> we recognize the strike is a inconvenience, but that's not a basis under pennsylvania law to grant an injunction against striking employees. >> twu workers walked off the job at 12:01 tuesday morning, shutting down buses, trolleys, subways, services that provide as many as 900,000 rides a day. at issue, pension, healthcare,
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work rules. in a city where septa's record show 68% of families don't own a car, they are argue there is a dire need for mass transportation. also, arguing, that with the presidential election looming, voters need to be able to get to the polls. >> i don't think it will interfere. i think the people who are going to come out to vote are going to come out to vote. >> that the tash brown, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". well the end of the campaign trail is now in site. now just three days away from election day. and pennsylvania is in the political spotlight this weekend. >> ♪ >> of course, that's legendary singer steve i wonder in philadelphia last night, he head a get out the vote performance in support of clinton's at rittenhouse square. hillary clinton campaigned in the western part of the state
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on friday. she was joined by outspoken nba owner mark cuban in pittsburgh. the democratic nominee stayed on the attack against republican rival, argued tell's tell interest minute miss qualifies him for the job. >> when your children or grandchildren ask what you did in 2016, when everything was on the line i want you to be able to say i voted for a better, stronger, more fair america. an american where we build bridges, not walls. >> clinton will campaign in florida today. and then she will appear with katy perry at an event in philadelphia tonight. and the candidates are focusing on must-win pennsylvania, again, donald trump, rallied supporters in hershey last night. according to the latest polls,
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the republican nominee is gaining on rival hillary clinton, trump made his closing argument to supporters and undecided. >> i'm asking you to dream big because with your vote and can you believe this, with just four days away, you will get the day you've been waiting for your entire lifetime. >> trump will campaign in nef grounds state of nef add, a colorado, north carolina today. >> well, jury has reached guilty verdicts in the new jersey bridgegate case. two former aides to governor chris christie were accused of helping to intentionally create traffic on the world's busiest bridge, as an act of political revenge. brook silva bragga has the story. >> bridgette and kelly and were found guilty of all count related to a plot causing massive traffic jam on the george washington bridge,
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charges include both fraud and conspiracy, both defendants former aides to governor chris christie, promise to appeal. >> i am innocent of these charges. and i am very, very looking forward to this appeal. >> the first step in the process, and this is not over. >> the days long back up september 2013 became known as bridgegate. cast a shadow on governor christie. his form earl aid, david wild stein, eventually admitted to organizing the lane closures in fort lee new jersey to punish that city's democratic mayor for not endorsing christie's re-election. governor christie said he knew nothing about the scheme in a statement after the verdict, christie said, let me be clear once again. i had no knowledge prior to or during these lane realignment, no role in authorizing them. christie's name came up throughout the six week trial, although he was never charged in the case, the judge instructed the jury not to consider the governor in its deliberations. barone's attorney hinted the
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wrong people were charged. >> they should have had police in their own case to charge powerful people. and they did not. prosecutors said they brought the best case they could at the time. >> we indicted only the people who we believe we had evidence beyond a doubt. >> sentencing for february, guidelines calling for more than two years in prison. brook silva bragga, cbs news. >> still ahead here on "eyewitness news", two police sergeants shot in new york city. we'll have the latest on the suspect. and determining a baby's weight without a scale. the simple way researchers say they can guess the pounds and ounces before the
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vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. >> back on "eyewitness news", one nypd sergeant dead another in serious condition after they were shot friday afternoon in the bronx. our sister station, cbs2 in new york with the latest. >> i always talk about what a great job this is. but there is nothing worse than a day like today. >> nypd commissioner james o'neil reflecting sadly on a day one of his sergeants is killed, another is in the hospital, with a gunshot wounds to the leg. a tragedy that began with those sergeants responding to a call of a robbery on beech avenue in the bronx at the home of the suspect's estranged wife. >> at 2:45 p.m., female called
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911 state ago male armed with a gun had broke mean her apartment. >> as czar approached the scene, they found the suspect, 35 year old manuel, about half mile away from the original robbery in a red suv. that's where the deadly shoot-out began with roseles first first. >> during the exchange every gunfire, two uniform sergeants were shot. the suspect was pronounced dead at the scene. >> shows special crime scene detectives swarming the area from feet away on the ground, we could see officers using flashlights to search every inch of pavement where one of their colleagues was shot in the head and killed, the scene shocking to neighbors. >> just animosity, it is scary. >> this has got to stop. a lot of parents and a lot losing the good people. >> sickening to leaders, who say, the city has lost a brave man, a 19 year vet veteran of the nypd, a wonderful husband
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and father of two. >> a lost, a very good man, a devoted man, a man who committed his life to protecting all of us. and we will support that family. >> and that was just -- a preliminary indication indicates roseles had been arrested 15 times prior to the shooting fridayment. >> surveillance video captures unbelievable video of car slamming into a gas pump annex providing and this all happened after a long police chase. take a look. this was in the bronx, new york, the car can be seen crashing through the pump before slamming into another car. moments later, an officer pulled the driver, pulls up, and the driver charges at him, before getting arrested. police say that driver had led them on a 20-mile chase. they say he's suspected in a fatal stabbing of his wife. >> well, a rooster on the loose has people at their wits ends in one pittsburgh
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neighborhood. the rooster keeps waking people up who live along wylie avenue. he has allude dollars capture for some time now, and many are fed up about it. they say the feather alarm clock is a nuisance. >> 3:30, 4:00 in the morning. >> really? >> yes. starts to crow. >> oh, boy the owner of the rooster is unclear but the owner of the property it frequents has been ordered to get rid of it, a rooster rescuer from missouri recently told a judge he'll come and catch it and take it back to his sanctuary. >> awhile i rooster right there. >> follow the daylight saving time change? >> we sure hope so. >> for those residents. rough weather, no, nothing but sunshine, temperatures where they should be for right around november around six of 0 degrees. you'll love it. dry looking forecast. outside this morning, little chilly though. so throw on the heavier coat. colder than yesterday morning, as we have the colder air finally really settling on in
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after the cold front moved through, on early or late thursday. live look at center city. we do have the clear skies. not much happening right now. winds starting to back off little bit too. some temperatures below freezing, in some of the cold spots. go down interior south jersey, 31 millville at this hour, 40 along the coast in wildwood. look at the ocean temperature, 060, 44 in the cap ton sit of delawarement similar numbers around philadelphia. and then you get outside the city again, dropping off 34 in woodstown, chilly 35 in trenton this hour, then below freezing in few spots north and west. ambler, 31. twenty-eight cold spot typical out in quakertown at this hour. actually mount pocono, allentown, 37 degrees. very quiet on storm scan3. little disturbance to the north. northern new england, it stays, there producing few clouds, even snow showers breaking out in the mountains of vermont, new hampshire, into maine main. for us nothing but high pressure throughout the entire weekends, skies, mainly clear. a lot of sunshine today, chilly start, pretty good
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rebounds, where we should be early november, 06 degrees. winds calm right now, so about 5 miles per hour, most locations, they don't increase whole lot today. ten, maybe 15 miles per hour, coming in out of the west, moving over the lands, no influence from the ocean, so going to warm it up back to 06 degrees, due to the warmth coming across the land mass. then tomorrow, little bit of northwest perfectly winds, increase 15 miles per hour, still keeping temperatures where they should be this time of year. mentioned earlier, peak foliage around philadelphia, and surrounding suburbs, not quite there yet. south jersey, delaware, give it another few days, already passing into the lehigh valley, leaves already dropping to the north of the city. ideal conditions to check out some of the foliage throughout the weekend with temperatures generally in the 50's to near 60 today, with lots of sun. pleasant weekends today, tomorrow, kinds of the same, maybe couple of degrees warmer, lot of sunshine around, if you like the weekends, you will like even next week, keep things dry. slight drop in temperatures monday, back to the upper
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50's, few degrees below average. still no big storm system to talk about. so today, nothing but sunshine, maybe some more cloud cover up into the mountains today. tonight, pretty quiet. clear skies for the most part during the evening, if you have evening plans around the city. no issues. temperatures will drop off. tomorrow kind of repeat of today with the sunshine. here are the numbers, near 06 degrees, around philadelphia, even up to the lehigh valley today. so everybody's pretty much experiencing the same temperatures. into the evening hours tonight, not a rapid drop off. cool though. forty's through the low 50's over most locations and tomorrow morning starts you off upper 40's, on the way to the low 60s for the areas away from the water. today mostly sunny, pleasant, near six of 0 degrees. tonight low of 47 for the city, little cooler in the suburbs, just few clouds around, and election day forecast, weather wouldn't stop you from voting because we are dealing with sunshine, temperatures little warmer up to 64 degrees on tuesday. here is the extended forecast, nothing but sunshine. again, tonight, make sure to turn the clocks back one hour.
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fifty-eight for the high monday. mid 60s return tuesday, wednesday, like i said, jan, looking quiet, no storms. >> i am liking it, thank you, justin. happening today runners dress in the purple will help fight pancreatic cancer. purple stride 5k walk and run takes place in fairmount park. start at 8:00 this morning, the run and walk for pancreatic network which raises money and awareness of pancreatic research. on the cbs-3 health watch now. a way to predict how much a babely way before it is born, researchers have come up with a test to do just that. health reporter stephanie stahl has more on the new research. >> elizabeth donnelly is about to become a mother for the first time. now eight months along, starting to think about her son's arrival, including how much he'll be weighing. >> we have talked about it, kind of generally i guess, with our doctors about what is normal, you know, what we can expect. >> new research at imperial college london may take away
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some of the uncertainty. >> the aim of the study was to look for metabolized in the urine of pregnant women and to see if these could predict birth weight. >> researchers looked at urine samples, lifestyles of 800 pregnant women. they say eating protein that contains a neutral re end called branch chain amino acids or gcaa made a big difference in the third try mess when he babies grow the most. the study found, a 50% increase in consuming bcaa's could mean a weight gain of as much as two and a half%. >> if we can find ways modify the level of these metabolize, then we would be able to ensure, help ensure, a healthy birth weight. >> low and abnormal birth waits have been linked to chronic diseases like obesity, type two diabetes. doctors hope this test could be another tool for new moms to give their babies a healthy start. >> foods rich in those branch chain amino acids include
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chicken, fish, eggs, beans, and soy protein. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". and still ahead on "eyewitness news": look at what's new at the movie theatres this weekend. >> i'm kevin frazier, coming up: master magician, doctor strange, and justin timberlake, and anna kendrick go on hair raising
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cancer. he and his wife said in a statement that they're devestated by the news, both parent have decided to put their carreers on hold in order to care for their son, buble did not say what type of cancer his son has. and, accusation of staged life shots, as abc news investigating one of their own producers, you can see in the photo here that police tape is tied to abc news equipment. but when the segment aired live, on good morning america, you couldn't tell where that case ended. the story was about a kidnapping in south carolina. now, sources say, an abc news person placed that tape therefore the purpose of the live shot. abc says the producer is out of the field right now, and that doctor shot is completely unacceptable. >> well, in theatres this weekend, there is new superhero movie that's out, something for the younger set. here is kevin frazier with what's new at the box office. >> this week justin timberlake, and musical all-star cast, star in hilarious hair raising
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adventure in trolls, becomes unusual super hero as a back room magician in doctor strange. >> doctor strange, you think you know how the world works. >> in march he will doctor strange, starring as steven strange, neurosurgeon who suffers a tragic accident and begins to learn the secrets of hidden dimension and the miss i can arts to save the worlds. comber back originally had to turn down the role, but marvel was willing to wait. >> the amount of faith and promise they invested in me is huge on that front alone, they've never done it before in their entire life in the studio. then i thought, okay, i've got a lot of responsibility, i have to live to up that promise. that was a great motivation. >> look, for you. >> how do you always look on the bright side? >> in trolls, justin timberlake voice a grumpy
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troll who must help poppy voiced by anna kendrick, stage the -- save the troll from hungry monday ers. >> a cast gwen stefani, joey, collaborated with timberlake on some of the music in the move. >> i there is a song on the sounds track that i wrote that will be gwen stefani featuring moi. basically just looking for an excuse to do a song with gwen stefani, and this came up. and i was like i'm going to check that off the list. >> sometimes you need someone to help you find it. >> for entertainment tonight, kevin frazier, now, back to you in the studio. >> looks cute. ahead in the next half hour on "eyewitness news", the modern way to get your kids to help out with more chores around the house. also ahead, a recap of the friday football frenzy. lesley van arsdall has high school highlights, football highlight, from around the region, that's later in sports.
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up. plus love lost in time. these letters give us a glimpse into the life during world war ii. how one man is making it his mission to get those notes back to where they belong. good morning, everyone, i'm jan carabeo. meteorologist, justin drabick, out there on the cbs-3 skydeck with eyewitness weather. justin, i hear it will be a fantastic fall day. how does it feel right now? >> great weekends, little cold outside, especially died this time yesterday. we have the cold air settling in as the winds dropped off. that's some good news, not battling harsh windchills, but you will need the heavier coat for the next few hours before you can get the sun up, really warm temperatures up, but really typical early november weekend, shaping up all across the delaware vale. we have clear skies, again, big difference is those temperatures this morning, right now, compared to 24 hours ago, they were from about seven to 23 degrees colder so that dense cold air really able to settle in, at the surface right now, so sitting at 43 at the airport, but just go outside the city, a lot of mid and even lower 30's in some of the coldest
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spots at this hour. so again, dealing with temperatures at or maybe even slightly below freezing some of the colds spots. quakertown was at 28, now up to 32 degrees, chilly 35 pottstown, and willow grove, at this hour. good news, nice and dry on storm scan3, no threat of rainfall throughout the weekends, nothing but sunshine, and that's really going to be the trends for the next several days. so this morning, clear, cold, temperatures holding in the 30's, 40's, this afternoon, into the 50's, some spots getting close to 60 degrees, right around philadelphia, on average, tonight turn the clocks back an hour before you go to bed. tomorrow mostly sunny skies, couple of degrees warmer on our way up to 62 degrees, when the next chance for possible rain coming up in the seven day forecast in just a few more minutes, jan, back to you. >> sounds good, thank you, justin. clean up now underway at east falls shopping center after a water main break spilled millions of gallons of water into the parking lot there. it flooded businesses and cars alike, and "eyewitness news" reporter nicole brewer has more on the impact that the
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damage left behind. >> mud and water started coming into the store. >> new cars, old cars. i hope it is not ruined. i pray it is not. >> it was like up to my waist. >> everybody was scared to death. >> jose was with his family inside the dollar plus when a water main break sent millions of gallon of water gushing through the baker center parking lot and into storefronts. >> the employees, they shut the door, because the water was coming in. >> with screaming kids they escaped through an exit. about the same time, patricia corneilius made her way out with waist deep water. >> i opened up the door, and of corpse the water went into the car. >> she then did what experts say you shouldn't. started her car, and moved it to drier ground. >> i wasn't even thinking about that, the first thing that came to my minds, let me go get this car. >> something that could endanger yourself and cause further damage to the car, since the car's engine, brakes, steering transmission systems are prone to hidden
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flood damage. but as these folks watched the water recede, and their cars being towed, they put things into perspective. >> i'm fine. i'm safe. >> everybody is alive. >> caused a mess, really big mess. >> now, in terms, speaking with car owners, encourage them to call their insurance company to file a claim. if the owner has full coverage, the philadelphia water department will pay the deductible. if they do not, they can smith an estimate and the twz will cover the cost of the damage. east falls, nicole brewer, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". it looks like we won't know until monday on whether a judge will order an end to the septa strike. the judge will hear additional testimony on monday. septa wants to force union employees back to work saying that the walk out threatens public safety and the right to vote in tuesday's election. the union is fighting it. job number one is to settle the strike. as importantly, is our passengers.
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not going to lie down while we can't resolve this strike and just watch our passengers suffer. >> we recognize strikes are inconvenience, but that's not a basis under pennsylvania law to grant an injunction against striking employees. >> the strike is now in it fifth day. the main sticking points include pensions, healthcare costs, and work rules. jerry sandusky returned to court seeking a new trial. victim number two took the stands yesterday. that's the victim that former assistant coach mike mcqueary was assaulted by sandusky in penn state shower. victim two, 29 years old, insist that he was abused by sandusky. sandusky's lawyers say prosecutors hid information about that man during the trial because his story did not help their case. sandusky also testified saying that he did not abuse victim number two. it is the final push to election day. hillary clinton will be in philadelphia with katy perry this evening, for the love
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trump series. meanwhile, trump will hold a concert, and weijia jiang with the latest from the white house. >> ♪ >> jay-z and his wife, beyonce, helped hillary clinton excite voters in cleveland, ohio, friday night. >> we have unfinished business to do. more barriers to break. and with your help, a class sealing to crash once and for all. >> those candidates used their final friday before election day to focus on their basis. clinton energized minorities and women in big cities, like pittsburgh, and detroit. while trump visited small town america, with stops in atkinson, new hampshire, wilmington, ohio, and hershey, pennsylvania. >> i didn't have to bring j-lo or jay-z, the only way she gets anybody. i'm here all by myself. >> as the race moves into it final hours, the new national pole gives clinton two-point lead when you factor in third
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party candidates. among the 13 battleground states that will decide the election, clinton leads in pennsylvania, wisconsin, michigan, and virginia, but other states vital to victory are now neck and neck, and they include florida, north carolina and colorado. trump has a lead in ohio. as the clock particulars down, the candidates are taking nothing for granted. >> i'm asking you to dream big. >> you can make the difference. >> both will cover thousands every miles this weekend, in their final push for votes. weijia jiang, for cbs-3, "eyewitness news". two local artists are getting attention for creating a huge election scheme sculpture out of an unusual material, check this out, the white house made out of butter. marie, and jim, had been working on it inside refrigerated tailor in conshohocken all week. they were asked to do it by butter for social media campaign. and just in case you were wondering, all of that butter
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will eventually be recycled after election day. the philadelphia's getting ready for its seconds annual veterans parade t starts tomorrow at noon at 16 and jfk boulevard. it ends at independence mall. now, last year about 175 groups registered to take part in the parade. a first for the city at that time. this year, organizers have added a festival including food, entertainment, even beer garden. the festival on independence mall runs from 12 doctor 30 to 4:30. well, the search is on for a family that may have been connected to some world war ii era letters. they were discovered in a medford home and given to dillan berwick, he is now trying to find relatives of tom hazleton, who served in the navy. now, the letters are from his wife, eleanor, who lives in audubon, and his father, harry, who lives in collingswood. >> it has clearly been a few years since they've seen each other. because he's in the navy out in the pacific. and she's obviously here in
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audubon. but it is sad but it is kind of what gives you a glimpse of what everybody went through during that time. >> interesting. now, the letters are only addressed to thomas hazleton. there are no replies. we'll have to stay tuned to see how that one turns out. another sam song recall to tell you about, that's next. plus getting your children to do work around the house a real chore? still ahead, the modern way to make sure your kids pitch in and help. >> and then, in sports, high school highlights from around the region. your recap of the friday football frenzy. and get ready to set those clocks back this weekend. we'll have a little lesson, history lesson for you, about the time change and how it can impact you.
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>> back now on "eyewitness news", samsung is recalling nearly 3 million top loading washing machines in the u.s. the move follows reports of injuries caused by the tops of the machines detaching during use. owners should check with samsung to see if their wash is her involved. south korean company is offering repairs, rebates, refunds, this is the latest load of samsung after recalling its galaxy note seven smart phone following reports of overheating and fires. getting kids to do their chores can sure be a struggle. but now, there is an app for that. and they can reward kids digitally. kenneth craig report. >> we're testing, i'll get a dollar for cleaning my
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bedroom, i'll get $4. >> be kel a no longer gets cash for chores managed and paid for by her dad, on line with a site called hourly dot help, unloads the money, assigns the task, and waits for results. >> when it is interactive and on a device it seems to make them more excited to do it. >> takes before and after photos to prove the chores are done. and then sends dad a text message. he a proves the job, and the money instantly appears in a on line account. >> so it gives them a sense of power, and authority, and small tasks gets it done for dad. >> hourly.help just one of several chore apps and websites with tour monster parent make a list of chores, and kids get points that can be used for rewards, like toys, or tv privileges. on the u rule app, kids get coins which can then be redeemed for things on their wish list. hourly allows kids to get cash for variety every on line gift cards, like amazon, or itunes. >> so everything they do is
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digital. so basically what we're doing just allowing parents to understanded if you want a conversation about money with kids, it has got to be in the format that they understand. >> younger sister starting to check the ipad for her to do list. >> it is fun and easier way to do chores. >> charges for the apps vary. chore monster free and funded by advertising. hourly charges the small fee each time the account is reloaded. and lively says, it is well worth it. kenneth craig, for cbs-3, "eyewitness news". i guess whatever it takes to get them to do their work. what happened happened to the parent saying just do those things for me? those days gone. >> that's how it was when i was a kid. >> me too. >> suck it up. >> you don't even get paid. do it. >> definitely not. ya, today is a good day to go outside though, enjoy some sunshine, after we get to the morning hours. little chill any some spots, down around freezing, in some of the suburbs, right now, palmyra cove nature park checking in at 41 degrees, calm win over the nel wear,
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you can see the skyline, great visibility. but a lot of darkness again, sunrise 7:35, today, this morning, will be our latest sunrise time of the season. we ends daylight saving time early tomorrow morning. and then tomorrow we will be rising an hour earlier, but his is the late test happens in the fall season, so tomorrow, sunrise coming in at 6:26 in the morning, december 31, at 7:22. and we are lose being two minutes of daylight each day now as we head toward the winter solsus, so this number actually goes down as you approach the first day every winter. but, certainly, getting dark a lot earlier, too, especially tomorrow night. sun not setting before 5:00. quiet on storm scan3, snow showers up across maine, in the cold season now it, happens. nothing happening pretty much through much of the eastern half of the united states, the exception is up into new england, that little disturbance won't bother us, may bring in new clouds, that's about it. thirty-six in allen ton and reading 37 mount pocono, 31
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millville. there are some cool spots, near freezing this morning, so break out the heavier coat, over the next few hours, at least the winds have backed off, cool air just kind of parked over the mid-atlantic and northeast. the reason the jet stream, little dive, you saw the difference compared to thursday obviously, so we have the cool pocket of air over us, warm stuff, pretty far to the south and west. kind of inbetween. that means, temperatures right where they should be for this time of year throughout this weekend, really for the next few days, 60 degrees. now that will be our forecast hi, little disturbance to the north today, cloud cover maybe from the poconos on northward, little weak front, tries to pass us overnight tonight. not going to produce any precipitation, still, high pressure dominating our weather, tomorrow, and really for the next several days, monday looks good, even election day, a lot of sunshine, pleasant temperatures, another front that's going to try to come in on wednesday, probably doesn't have any moisture with it, so looking at a dray weather pattern. temperatures today, this afternoon, getting close to 60 degrees, even up into the lehigh valleyment maybe even some lower 60s if we see
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enough sunshine. breakdown region by region, mid 50's today in the poconos, low 60s, bucks county, lehigh valley around easton, high of 661 degrees. philadelphia, kind of the same situation. near 60 for the outer suburbs, possibly low 60s here in the city. south jersey same deal. we have west wind today. so really no influence over the atlantic ocean, temperatures pretty much uniform across the region. so today, a lot of sunshine, seasonable, west wind, 10 miles per hour, still chilly tonight, not quite as cold, low of around 47, for the city, little cooler in some suburbs, few clouds around, here is the extended forecast, if you like sunshine, you will love this forecast, look at that, no big storms i was talking about, gets little milder tuesday, wednesday, highs back into the mid 60s, some clouds wednesday, worse skies scenario sprinkle, we'll be dry, looks like temperatures remain in the 60s through the end of next week, so just early to mid november weather pattern shaping up. get ready to turn back the clocks tonight. that's right. the sun will be setting
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earlier, from tomorrow. meteorologist, lauren casey shows us how it all started and the way it can affect you. >> ♪ >> we set our clocks back one hour, daylight savings comes to an end. it affect over 1 billion people every year. so, how does a practice which winston churchill describes as extra yawn one morning in the spring time and an extra snooze one night in autumn come to be? to discover the roots of autumn one hour of extra sleep, we need to travel back over 100 years. new zealand err george hudson first proposed the idea of daylight saving in 1895. but it was not implemented until germany became the first country to turn the clocks ahead one hour, on april 30th, 1916. the rational was to minimize the use of artificial lighting in order to conserve cold during worlds war one. with the war effort also the reason the united states
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adopted daylight saving time or fast time as it was called, when president woodrow wilson signed it into law in 1918. has been extended twice in the u.s., with the current schedule introduced in 2007, a product of the energy policy act of 2005. today, day lie saving lasts for total of 238 days every year. starting on the second sunday in march, and ending on the first sunday in november. although, not all states observe this time shifting. supporters argue it saves energy, promotes outdoor leisure activity in the evening, and is therefore good physical and psychological help. as well as reduce traffic accidents, reduces crime, and is good for business. so, the actual effect on overall energy use is heavily disputed, and contrary to popular beliefs, practice has been historic eye opposed as a loss of hour of morning light meant they had to rush to get their crops to market. and with dse coming to an end, a lot of people ask if the extra hour of sleep is
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helpful. a study in the journal of sleep medicine reviews concludes that a seemingly small one hour shift in the sleep cycle can affect sleep for up to a week. during this time, many people have trouble falling asleep, and are more likely to wake up during the middle of the night. people who tend to sleepless than seven and a half hours at night, and early risers have the most trouble adjusting to the new schedule. in the einstein healthcare science center, meteorologist, lauren casey. >> ♪
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game plan in place for the eagles game against the giants tomorrow in north jersey, left guards alan barber out with hamstring injury, two are questionable. doug pederson spoke to the media for the first time after the team released josh huff, calling his arrest for caring illegal gun and drug possession, wednesday doug said josh would play against the giants. why did the tell change their mind a day later? >> i said that we were going to find, get more information, we were going to make a collective decision, and that's what we did. you heard the comment yesterday. and i truly believe that that's the right way to handle this. you know, just to dialogue, have communication, and do the best thing for the philadelphia eagles. >> the temple owls on the road playing uconn, means to win the final three games of the regular season to clinch the second straight aace division title. no score in the first quarter, owls with the ball. walker drops back, hits thomas running down the scene for 23-yard score, and temple
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takes the lead. later in the first walker and thomas husky, he makes them pay, with 10-yard score to make it 14 to nothing. and still in the first, owls on the move. walker, for another score. so the owls win their fourth straight, 21 nothing the final. temple now seven and three on the season. you're warning the friday night football frenzy. with leslie advance arsdale, take it away, leslie. >> thank you, ladies, the playoffs underway in pennsylvanian some big matchups in new jersey, we will start in the public league. south philadelphia, taking on central, garrett finds colin washington, washington will get into the ends zone for the score. central the big winner 47 to six. frankford and olney. goal line, but fumble,
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offensive lineman picks it up. he scores. frankford wins 40 to 18. >> spring forward, simpson getting the hand off. into the end zone. thirty-eight to seven. >> pennwood at perkioman valley. steven strom, brandon, and then brandon off to the races, he'll get in for the score. perk valley the winner 55 to 28. to new jersey we go, west depford visiting collingswood, here on the reverse, and running in for the score. west depth forwards will it win it 28 to 14. cherry hill west at camden catholic, mccoy, jr., dropping back, find kevin, making an unbelievable touchdown pass. camden catholic the winner 30 to seven. time for game of the week voted on by you, the fans, we head out to upper moreland visiting marple newtown for more playoff action, let's head to delaware county.
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>> let's go. >> big match up here, upper moreland comes on to the field. now the fans are pumped up. and when the fans are pumped, so is the tiger. and it was a great night on offense for the tigers, anthony pulletti throws to dash, you better be fast if your name is dash. he gets in for the touchdown right there. big night for pulletti. he'll go other middle right here. and he's able to find riley stillman who scores. then it is time for marlon wet tears do a little damage. wet ertz gets the hands offer, buses through the line, and blockers, and gone. marple newtown with big win, at home, against upper moore lands 35 to seven. now that's all for sports, i'm lesley van arsdall, have a great day. >> and there is much more still ahead right here on "eyewitness news" this saturday morning. including a look back at the career and legendary career of news man.
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crash leads to fiery scene in northeast philadelphia. we'll have more on this accident, that's now left one person dead. also, an update on a water main mess. a busy shopping center flooded, and it is not the first time this has happened here. >> plus, after days on strike, the latest on an injunction to end the septa work stoppage. >> today is saturday, november the fifth, good morning, i'm jan carabeo, just gorgeous fall day on tap today. and real a great weekends overall. let's get right over to meteorologist, justin drabick with eyewitness weather, justin, maybe some good days for leaf peeping? >> perfect weather. the past couple of weeks we had crazy temperatures all over the place up and down, now settling into typical fall pattern at least for the next seven days. temperature should be 06 degrees, lever peeping, yes, seeing peak fall foliage around philadelphia, already at peak or past peak up into the lehigh valley and poke next, some leaves starting to drop. but class

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